Get us in your inbox

War Hunt

  • Film
Advertising

Time Out says

Frontline Korea, 1953. Infantryman Saxon slips out into no man's land each night on throat-cutting expeditions. His CO turns a blind eye to the presence of a psychopath in his company (and to Saxon's equivocal relationship with an eight-year-old orphan) because of the vital intelligence he brings back. The premise of this independent production - psychopaths often make effective soldiers - is too simple-minded to bear much discussion. Nevertheless, it's intriguingly cast, resourcefully shot and full of memorable bits and pieces: uncertainty as to how to mark the armistice ('I guess we should shake hands'), the weird, ritualistic dance in the moonlight, which Saxon performs over the bodies of his victims.
Written by BBa

Release Details

  • Duration:83 mins

Cast and crew

  • Director:Denis Sanders
  • Screenwriter:Stanford Whitmore
  • Cast:
    • John Saxon
    • Robert Redford
    • Sydney Pollack
    • Charles Aidman
    • Tom Skerritt
    • Anthony Ray
    • Francis Ford Coppola
Advertising
You may also like